With her famous chihuahua in tow, the socialite-turned-actress channeled a punk-rock “Blossom” in a black and pink tiered frock, patent leather bodysuit and strappy black stiletto sandals. Her look was completed with dark eyeliner and contrasting girlish pigtails — an homage to the collection’s empowering ethos.
Debuting on International Women’s Day, the collection embodies the action-packed, female-centric spirit of the Cartoon Network show (who continues to celebrate its 20th anniversary), all while showcasing the diverse group of women chosen to model it. Cowan’s signature sequins and feathers are featured throughout the designs, along with Preciosa crystals. The silhouettes vary from structured glittered sets to a colorful feathered mini dress for looks meant to truly pack a punch.
“‘The Powerpuff Girls’ have always been part of a broader pop cultural celebration around ‘girl power,'” SVP of Marketing and Partnerships at Cartoon Network Jill King said in a statement. “Christian’s take on the many complex aspects of femininity, along with his originality and fearlessness as a creator, makes this a perfect collaboration to bring the message of empowering girls and women of all ages to life.”
Cowan also dressed a range of other front row celebrity guests, including Heidi Klum, Tinashe and Carly Rae Jepsen.
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